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IEM for my iPhone 4s

post #1 of 51
Thread Starter 

I need a IEM to go along with my iPhone 4s :) (Changed from white to black!)

The only thing I could think of is tours or turbines... anyone have any other suggestions?

 

 

 

Color doesn't really matter anymore, just care about the performance. But for the looks I don't want a cheap looking one either lol..
Budget about around $150, can be above but not over $200

Mic is greatly appreciated since I'll be using my iphone, even without that'd be fine.

Treble and bass, I know some of you might not believe this, but I have never knew what treble is, but at least I know what bass is! :)
I want it to be punchy but not muddy, I love bass. I listen to trance/dubstep/pop/house/mac miller. 


Edited by Degree - 10/19/11 at 3:44pm
post #2 of 51

Phonak PFE112 and you could get the mic version, much better than the tours. Another option will be the Meelec CC51 and there's also a mic version of those.


Edited by Inks - 10/17/11 at 7:18pm
post #3 of 51

ADDIEM, duh. They're great.

post #4 of 51
Thread Starter 

Are they good for dubstep/trance/house/pop/techno/mac miller/etc.?

post #5 of 51

http://www.xears.com/de/Xears_Impulse_Xi200PRO_89.html (30 euro)

 

atrio x

 

soundmagic pl30

 

Klipsch s4

 

Sony MDR-NC100D


Edited by Majin - 10/17/11 at 8:07pm
post #6 of 51

Seriously, the Apple ones should do the trick for most folk. Is there any reason why you're not considering them?

http://store.apple.com/us/product/MA850G/B?fnode=MTY1NDA0Ng&mco=MTM3NDk5NDQ

post #7 of 51
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Originally Posted by Eric_C View Post

Seriously, the Apple ones should do the trick for most folk. Is there any reason why you're not considering them?

http://store.apple.com/us/product/MA850G/B?fnode=MTY1NDA0Ng&mco=MTM3NDk5NDQ



Well, they're a little bass light for those genres...the CC51s would probably be more suited.

post #8 of 51
Thread Starter 

I would use my apple earbuds but... the left one always goes out?? Can anyone tell me why? It's like my 5th pair, its either my left or right

 

I'm also thinking the about the turbines even though its not white, it's got good reviews and from what i see perfect for my needs. Anyone had them before?

post #9 of 51
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Originally Posted by Degree View Post

I would use my apple earbuds but... the left one always goes out?? Can anyone tell me why? It's like my 5th pair, its either my left or right


Funnily, I got many pairs and none of them is broken. One of the cables is so bent it looks it's going to fall off (but it didn't).

 

post #10 of 51

The dual driver IEM, not the crummy cheap IEM, nor the stock earbuds. It's properly linked above.
 

Quote:
Originally Posted by Degree View Post

I would use my apple earbuds but... the left one always goes out?? Can anyone tell me why? It's like my 5th pair, its either my left or right

 

I'm also thinking the about the turbines even though its not white, it's got good reviews and from what i see perfect for my needs. Anyone had them before?



 

post #11 of 51

80 (30): Apple IEMs

90 (60): MEElectronics CC51P

100: Phonak PerfectBass 022 + mic

160: Phonak PerfectFit 122 + Mic

100: Klipsch S4i

???(60): Future Sonics Atrio MG5 + Mic (IDK if there is a white version of this)

150: Future Sonics Atrio MG7 (no mic; IDK if there is a white version again)

250: Scosche IEM856m (Dual Driver; one dynamic, one armature with actually really great quality, slightly overpriced compared to something like the B2 though, otherwise, at a good price)

 

Can't think of anymore.  Approximated MSRPs listed, street price is most likely smaller.  The ones that I can remember (street prices) are listed as well.

 

LOL, this was a fun request...  It was like a game: list all IEMs that you know of that are white :p


Edited by tinyman392 - 10/17/11 at 9:35pm
post #12 of 51

If you can find them shure made all them in white.

post #13 of 51

soundstige: Thank you, that's the one I was pointing OP to. Thought I'd provide the link in case there was confusion.

 

DaBomb: really? I would've thought the bass was sufficient for most people.

 

Degree: regardless of what earphone you use, you can avoid having the sound die out by treating the cables right. Learn to coil cables without straining them, and consider getting a semi-hard zipped case--you'll avoid losing and destroying earphones for years to come.

post #14 of 51

1964 Ears has a "snow white" for theirs. I recommend the 1964 T. 

http://www.1964ears.com/products_triples.html

post #15 of 51

LOL, I don't think I know of any customs company that doesn't do white :p  Too bad Final Audio doesn't have any white IEMs...  We could list that too, it'd probably look nice next to his iPhone :p

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